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Raucous caucus in Iowa & predators lurking on dating apps

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins take us through the calamitous events of the Iowa caucuses and what it all means for the Dems moving forward. Also, MSNBC has been showering Joe Biden’s presidential campaign with money, while “family company” Johnson & Johnson has just been hit by a $750 million fine in New Jersey for their cancer-linked talcum-based baby powder. RT correspondent Brigida Santos outlines how Congress is now stepping into the world of online dating, as free versions of online dating apps have attracted sexual predators who target minors.

Finally, human trafficking attorney Steve Babin explains how the recent denial by federal judges to consolidate sex trafficking claims will impact lawsuits moving forward. What are the next steps for bringing hospitality chains to justice, who have been directly profiting off prostitution rings?

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